The Legend Of Zelda: 25 years of the greatest adventure ever told

View previous topic View next topic Go down

The Legend Of Zelda: 25 years of the greatest adventure ever told

Post by S.yo on Tue Jun 28, 2011 6:54 am


Last week came the portable Nintendo 3DS remake of Ocarina of Time 3D, released in 1998, become a classic and regarded by much of the press as the best game in history. Subsequently, in September, will come free of charge via download another old friend, The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords, originally published for the Game Boy Advance. And by the end of the year, one last adventure on Wii, Skyward Sword, ideal climax before giving way to new home console, the Wii U, whose first demos and was able to see a Zelda that will bring the series to HD.


Yesterday and today of 'The Legend of Zelda'



The best delivery

Lifting a three-dimensional world where everyone is accustomed to see and play in 2D not have been easy task to that faced the revolutionary Miyamoto 'Mario 64' first, and 'The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 'later. Launched in November 1998, his main achievement was to show the world of Hyrule with possibilities never before even imagined. Scenarios for deep free to move where the player controls the camera to adapt to better view, while fighting raged or stopped to explore and contemplate the many details. But above all, a story where we follow a link from childhood to maturity. The remake for Nintendo's new portable uses, of course, the 3D glasses to give yet another dimension in Castilian and new game modes for those who already played it and find something new.

A couple of classics

Nintendo games tend to have a second, third and even fourth life in different platforms. The new update to the 3DS, which already provides access to and download Virtual Console titles from other seasons, promises to breathe life into old acquaintances. From June 8 to six euros available 'The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX, released for Game Boy Color in 1998, which in turn was a remake of the original color for Game Boy in 1993. It is perfect for exploring the pillars playable of the series, which remain intact from the beginning of time. And as announced at E3 to everyone's surprise, in September come for free 'The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords' Game Boy Advance. It becomes a 'spin off' from the fabulous 'A Link to the Past' which had its remake for Game Boy Advance almost a decade ago, and already at the time offered cooperative play, ideal for 3DS.

The future

Nintendo's conference at a meeting first and reduced to reporters after E3 Shigeru Miyamoto showed the various levels will be Link's next adventure on Wii, scheduled for later this year. 'Skyward Sword' is the heir to the vast and indispensable 'Twilight Princess', which among other things designed a new control for the Wiimote-based hero, that is, where he had to shake the remote to mimic an attack with sword or angling. Softer finish chart (which again is more manga and art, seems inspired by the works of French impressionist Paul Cezanne) and more compact in its dimensions. A walk through the air on the back of a bird made it clear tone 'beautiful' game, which also fulfilled the expectations in terms of possibilities to squeeze the Wiimote in puzzles and fighting.


Source: PlaceMii


Last edited by S.yo on Wed Jun 29, 2011 12:31 pm; edited 1 time in total
avatar
S.yo
Admin

Posts : 38
Reputation : 3
Registration date : 2011-05-19
Age : 24
Location : United States

View user profile http://leagueofcaptains.foroes.org

Back to top Go down

Re: The Legend Of Zelda: 25 years of the greatest adventure ever told

Post by Focus on Tue Jun 28, 2011 12:42 pm

I heard that this game was gonna be the shit.
avatar
Focus

Posts : 22
Reputation : 5
Registration date : 2011-06-19
Age : 21
Location : California

View user profile

Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum